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Hx .Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The Burlington American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Charlene Ferguson with Mrs. Betty Flora presiding. Doris E. Shultheis And William Stull United in Marriage Miss Doris Ellen Shultheis of near Delphi and William Calvin Stall, route 4, Lafayette, were united in marriage Sunday at the Fyr- Plans were made for the fish fry! mont EUB church with the Rev to be held at the Legion field on n " hVi R "= hl "' onrl ">»""' wniiarr July 4. Twenty members and three guests were present. Hostesses were Mrs. Ferguson. Eva Davis, Bonnie Beck, and Mable Grant. Charity Division 4, GIA ladies, met Thursday afternoon in the AFL hall for regular business. The group planned for the B. of L. E. and the G-IA basket picnic at Riverside park on July 25. Meat, buns, ' and drink will be furnished. The next meeting of the group will be Sept. 12. —k-' Purity Rebefcah lodae 127 will meet tonight at 7 o'clock at the IOOF hall for a potluck supper. This wil! be. the final lodge meeting until September. Games and a birthday party will follow the meal. Member.? are asked to bring prizes for games. The WSCS of the Clymers Methodist church held a regular meeting Wednesday evening at the church parlors with the president, Kathleen Michaels, in charge. Mrs. Sue Deitrich offered devotions and prayer, and the lesson on "Missions in the Phillipines" •was giver by Mrs. Suzanne Porter. A .short business meeting was conducted and roil call answered by 15 members and two guests. Mrs. Russell Slusser and Bessie Downham. •The committee, Mr.?. Fern Sink and Mrs. Anna Deitrich, soonsored a kitchen contest won by Mrs. Por- Ruby Busbee and the Rev. William Busbee officiating in the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shultheis, route 4, and the groom is the son of Mrs. Calvin Stull Robert Neuenschwander was organist and accompanied Robert McCain of Flora in three solo presentations. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown designed of embroidered Swiss organdy over white satin A sequin trimmed lace cap secured her silk illusion veil and she carried a shower bouquet of pink and white roses intermingled with lilies-of- the-valley caught with satin streamers. Mrs. John Burkle, of Lafayette, served as her sister's matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Jeanette Luttrell and Miss Sandra Goslee. of Lafayette, cousin of the bride. Robert Felix, of Lafayette, was best man and Robert Schultz and John Burkle, ushers. Gay Martin, of Deer Creek, cousin of the groom, was flower girl. Following the rites a reception was held in the church social room with Mrs. J. Dale Maxwell, aunt of the bride, serving the cake. Other hostesses were Mrs. Elwood Burkle Mrs. Robert Price, of Frankfort, and Mrs. Carol Flora, of route 4, Delphis. The brkie, a graduate of the a Aiuuii^n I'uiuesi wun uy ,virs. rur- r\ni u: u*«u u V • j.u i r ter. Refreshment, were -served at H,?, phl «"«h «*ool ,n the class o a decorated table. The door prize •was won by Mrs. Sue Deitrich. Calvary Couples club met Tuesday evening for a picnic at Spencer park. A basket supper was enjoyed after which games were played. Hex Hunter announced an ice cream social July 12. Daughters of Isabella met for their annual picnic Wednesday evening at Riverside park with Stella Stukofski, Catherine Wagner, and Catherine Risledt in charge. Game prizes were won by Ada McLoLeh- lin. Mary Lucille RobLson, and Dorothy Hipskind. Twenty-five members of the Washington township 49ers club entertained their husbands, al a picnic supper at Dykeman park Tuesday. Members .showed their wedding pictures in response to roll call. Door prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Don Plant, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNulty. St. Veronica Study club of St. Joseph parish met recently for a picnic and election of officers. Catherine Nowviskie was elected president, Anna Grusenmeyer, •vice-president, Ursula Wagner, secretary-treasurer, and Louise Long, reporter. The T,.S. of B. of L.F. met recently for a regular business session in the IOOF hall. Cards were played and prizes were won by (Mrs. Granger, Mrs. Vivian Vance, ' Mrs. Letha Sullivan", Mrs, Schreekenghaust, Mrs. Ruth vens, and Mrs. Fern Weaver. Lou -,, Mr. Slull was graduated from the Buck Creek high school in 1951. 'He served in the U.S. army for two years, spending 17 months in Japan. He is presently engaged in farming. The bride changed to a beige' knit dress with brown accessories for the wedding trip. On their return, they will be at home on route 4, Lafayette. 4-H Club News The Yankee Maidens 4-H club held a meeting Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Young America School with Sonja Morris, leading the group in pledge to the flags. Barbara Lybrook led group singing and devotions were given by Sharon Segraves. Ellen Wilson gave the secretary's report and Ruthie Smith the health and safety report. Betty LoLu Elliott gave a talk on her trip to Purdue and demonstrations were given by Dondean Wood on ilcls, Marsha Picketl on yellow cake and Margie Oshorn on the correct way to sift and measure flour. Refreshments were served. Past Chiefs club at the home of Mrs. Bertha Dial and with Mrs. Lucy Yocum, vice-president, in charge. Minutes were approved and dues were paid. Mrs. Jessie Scott, won the mystery gift. Mrs. Scott; was in charge of the social hour and contest prizes wore won by Mrs. Velma Decker and Mrs. Elizabeth Spencer. Mrs. Florence Lesson on Meals Is Presented During Washington HD Meet "Quick and Easy Meals" was the title of the lesson presented by Mrs. Florence Schneider anil-Mrs. Ethel Miller during, the Washington tov/nship Home Demonstration club meeting Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Dora Martin as hostess. Mrs. Thelma Raderstorf opened the meeting and Mrs. Miller read the history of the song o£ the month. Twenty-four members answered roll call by telling their fathers' hobbies. ' Secretary and treasury ""reports were given by Mrs. Theresa Walls and Mrs. Margaret Jones preceding the Health and Safety report by Mrs. Euna Fiedler who gave several requirements for a "good driver" attitude. Mrs. Raderslorf reported on the Purdue conference which she and Mrs. Triva Left'ert and Mrs. Charlotte Robertson attended in June. Mrs. Lora Herricfc was reported in preceding a report by Mrs. Ethel Miller on the clubs recent visit to the Onward club meeting which eleven club members attended. Mrs. Florence DeHaven gave results of program planning with the following selected for the 1358 program: housekeeping, home decorations and mother. Prizes went to Mrs. Nellie IBradfield, and Mrs. Prudence Campbell. Co-hostesses Mrs. Derena Spitznogle and Mrs. Mary Caldwell served the refreshments to members and guests. Mrs. Jeanette Wolfe and Mrs. Gladys Gotten Zombolas, of Ohio. Mrs. Celia Donnelly will be hostess at the July 25th meeting. .... _, ______ ......... _________ Ste- Lancaster won the door' prize. The next meeting will be July 2 with 'Mrs. Goldic Watson. Mrs. Anna Eight member.s answered rolllWaite will be in charge of enter- call during the June meeting oflhcl tainment. Women of Moose Install Officers • Mrs. Maxine Brown was install ed Wednesday evening as Senior Regent of the Women of the Moose in an impressive ceremony conducted by the College of Regents. Mrs. Marjorie Girton .was installing regisnt; Mrs. Lulu Weakman, installing guide; Mrs. Mary Bauer, installing chaplain; Mrs. Geneva Beall, installing chairman. Officers installed with Mrs. Brown were junior regent, Dorothy Younkin; chaplain, Dorothy Osborn; treasurer, Olive Ingram; junior graduate regent, Fruida Gcrlach; recorder, Lois Layman; guide, Juanita Schacffer; assistant guide, Shirley Mooy; argus, Sylvia Tocco; sentinel, Mable Williams; pianist, Helen Wilson, The reading of the minutes was given by the recorder and the Mooseheart Endowment fund was taken. Senior regent conducted the 9 o'clock ceremony. The attendance prize was won by Mildred McCain. On Thursday night the executive committee of the chapter mat with the board of officers of the lodge to discuss plans for the coming year. Versatile Sweater Style y «. BY TRACY ADRIAN T HIS clever young sleeveless cardigan comes in botl angora and wool in a variety of exciting colors in eluding red pepper, ice blue, pale maize, burnt almon and black. It is perfect for the active sportswoman who can wea it over a blouse or shirt. It has other moods, too, am doubles as a vest, or a sleeveless top for evening wear. Fete Mrs. Donley With Shower At Rangel Residence Mrs. Mary Lou Donley, nee Hinkle, was honored with a bridal shower Wednesday at the home of | Mr. and Mrs. Russull Rangel, 708 ; East Broadway. Mrs. Maxine Young, Miss Nigtha Cone and Mrs. Aremenia Rangel served as hostesses. Prizes during the evening, which were in turn presented to the guest of honor, were won by Auddrey Massey and Niglha Cone. A plant, surrounded with pink carnations served as a centerpiece on the gift table, and was later presented to Mrs. Donley. Refreshments of cake, ice tea, mints and nuts were served to guests. Invited guests included: Mrs. Helen Herd, Miss Dorothy Thomas, Mrs. Alice Morgan, Mrs. Birdie Jane Hall, Mrs. Velma Herd, Mrs. Jamil Hood, Miss Jerry Joe Herd, Mrs. Eileen Mollraicupp, Mrs. Carol Burk, Mrs. Dorothy Fulton, Mrs. Joan Smi'.h, Mrs. Pally Jones, Mrs. Edith Ayres, Mrs. Hotly Gordon, Miss Heion But/., Miss Arelene Cone, Mrs. Ann Phillips, Mrs. Mary A.nn Harrison, Mrs, Patricia Hines, Miss Nancy Jane Hinkle, Miss Roselyn Rangel, Mrs. Thad Hinkle, Mrs. Audrus Ma.ssey, Mrs. Rose Marie McCormick, Mrs. Wright Young and Mrs. L. F. Sehlossor. Miss Etta Swank Guest of Honor at Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Etta Swank, bride-elect of Ralph Byers, was honored at a bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Joe Scheeiz,. Lucerne, recently. A pink and white motif was used in the decorations and refreshments. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ann Brandt and Miss Joan Boose with duplicate prizes going to the guest of honor. Invited guests were; Mrs. James Swank, Mrs. Fred Byers, Mrs. Francis Caldwell, Mrs. Donabelle Shaffer, Mrs. Virgil Waymire, •Mrs. Leo Scheetz, Mrs, Ray Keesey.-Mrs. Max Brandt, Mrs. James English, Mrs. Tom Farrer, Mrs. Blanche Bruce, Mrs. Elmer Herd, Mrs. Beverly Weaver, Mrs. Janet Moorehouse, Mrs. Normalou Ashby, Mrs. Janie Warner, and Mrs. Eva Woodhouse. • Also the Misses Joyce Swank, Ruth Swank, Nina Swank, Barbara Byers, Sue Byers, Joan Boose, Betty Boose, Pat Henderson, Shirley Roller, Pat Cook, Lona Bruce, Hildreth Hall, Helen Elliott, Judy Deck, Betty Purdue, Jean Winn, Bonnie Burton, Jill Scheetz and Jo EHen Scheetz, Frdiay Evening, June 28, I9S7. the meeting turned over to the program committee. The "get-aquainted" prize went to Mrs. Plummer and a contest | was won by the "even" group. The flower contest awards went to Mrs. Sara Martin and Mrs. Thelma Kiesling. Mrs. Sara Martin and Mrs. Glen Lewis received door prizes. Fifty members were served refreshments of ice cream, cup cakes and ice tea with a pink-and-white color llieme prevailing. Eel H.D. No. 1 Employs Unusual Members of the Eel Home Demonstration Club No. 1 answered roll call by giving a household cleaning hint at their meeting, he!d Wednesday with Mrs. Cecil Terreil, who gave the histdry ot the song of the month. The club collect and pledge to the flag opened the meeting, which was in charge of President Mrs. Clara Conrad. Mrs. Blanche Skinner, secretary, and Mae Porter, treasurer, reported prior to the card report by Lelha Sullivan. Mrs. Grace Rowe was in charze of devotions, based upon 1 Corinthians. A report of the summer conference was presented by Mrs. Fred Granger, Mrs. Robert Batch, and Mrs. Clara Conrad. A safety qui/. was conducted by Mrs. Mac Porter. Plans wore completed for the July 24lh picnic to be held al Dykeman park and refreshments were served to (lie 17 members and one guest, Mrs. Jean Forgcy. Read the Classified Ads Patricia J, Krecek, M. A. Lawson Wed Miss Patricia Jean Krccck, a 1957 graduate of Delphi high school, and Michael Alan Lawson of Lafayette were united in marriages Thursday in the Grace Evangelical United Brethren church. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Krecek and the groom is the son of Donald R. Lawson. Rev. Q. T. Rossclot heard the vows in a single ring ceremony. Mrs: Robert Barnhnrl, of Delphi, was soloist and Miss Ruth Maish wus organist. Miss Ruth Ellen Lawson, sister of the bridegroom, was the bride's attendant. Thomas Kingma served his cousin as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson received guests In the parish house following the ceremony. Assisting at the reception were Mrs, James Senesac, aunt-of the bride, MiSs Sandra Jones of Delphi, Miss Carole Laugheed and Mrs. Marvin Hollis. Following a short wedding trip to Chicago, the couple will reside at MOli Columbia, Lafayette. Native of Ireland Speaks at HD Meet "Ireland" was the subject of a talk given by Mrs. Carl Gable, a native of that country, during the meeting of the Adams township Home Demonstration club day. The group entertained members of the Washington 40ers club. A highlight of Mrs. Gable's program was her presentation of "G^alway Bay." Mrs. Laura Kanl/.er gave devotions and a paper comparing the women of today with the women, of the past. Mrs. Glen Dnvis, president, welcomed guests and read the thought for the day preceding the repeating of the club collect. Mrs. Holen DilJman gave the history of the song of the month and the group .joined in singing! "My Wild Irish Ro.sc." Members gave their father's name in answer to roll call preceding llifi secretary's report by Mrs. George Pickering. Thank-you cards were rend and Four Guests Attend Clinton HD Meeting Four guests—Mrs. Ethel Olds, Mrs. Fay Gentry, Mrs. Esther Mayhcw and Miss Mary Allread— attended the meeting of the Clinton township Home Demonstration club meeting at the home of Mrs. Alta Allread. Mrs. Edna Conn, president, opened the meeting and Mrs. Catherine Justice conducted the devotional period. Mrs. Mary Dillman led group singing and gave the history of the song of the month. Mrs. Joan Scott read the lesson "Medicine'president of Jefferson No. 2 club, of Today." Mrs. Stella Filzor gave : Mrs. Terrell was assisted by Marthe treasurer's report. | '.ha Williams. A pledge was made to the 4-H | Mrs. Foi-Rcy and Mrs. Pearl fund and thank-you notes read; Morton were the recipiants of from Mrs, Mary Martin, Mrs. i prizes at the meeting, which clos- Helcn K. Sailors and Mrs. Fitzer. ed with the club creed and pray- The club collect was repeated by members in closing. Mrs. Jane Slusser . and Mrs. Oplm McDowell received door prizes preceding the serving ot refreshments to the 28 members and guests by the hostess and her assistants, Mrs. Helen Sailors and Mrs. Helen Homburg. The next meeting, Judy 24th, will be in charge of the following hostesses: Mrs. Erasma Homburg, Mrs. Thelma Leonard, Mrs. Opha McDowell and Mrs. Ernas Hoffman. Reds Execute Freedom Fighters VIENNA UP - Radio Budapest announced that four Hungarian freedom fighters wore executed early today. One of them was a J25-yemv)ld woman. SOCIAL CALENDAR Friday 0:30 p.m.—Owl's club, covered dish' dinner, YWCA. 7:30 p.m.—Alpha Kappa chapter. Tan Phi Lambda. Supremo Forest Woodmen's circle, pledge nnd initiation c'erc'm^- nk's, Wheatland Ave. Methodist church. Warns Red Buildup Spocdy FUCHU, Japan (UP)—Gen. Laurence S. 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